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try using malwarebytes or trojan killer instead


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You can start finding the executable using ls -l /proc/<PID>/exe Then you can find who created it (the parent PID) with ps -p <PID> -o ppid= And search until you find the starting point. You can also check the common automatic execution points, like init scripts, global and user specific cron jobs, at scripts, rc.local files UPDATE: I ...


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If you want the Microsoft security product for Windows Servers, it is System Center EndPoint Protection (SCEP) 2012 R2, which is included with System Center Configuration Manager 2012 R2. It is essentially 98% the same product as the consumer Windows Defender. You should also download the CU4 update, which includes the latest build of SCEP (4.6.305.0) and ...


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There is a EMET software (The Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit) who it's should be work for a preliminary line of defense without need of AV or Security suites in windows environment. But, this is not a full protection. This is just a small wall so to speak. Always best defense system are "Don't Click Anywhere" or get some firewall for internet ...


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as far as the "regular" scanner is concerned in %systemdrive%\ProgramData\Microsoft\Microsoft Antimalware\Support\ MPLog-XXXXXXXX-XXXXXX.log offers a wealth of information. Here are some interesting patterns to search for: Threat Name # record(s) of malware detection signature updated via # self-explanatory scan source # record of scheduled ...



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